For a scenic browse, and an answer-page for Guess The World...
...All around them in the thin sunlight rose slender trees whose enormous green leaves grew directly from the trunks. This grotesque forest was made more dense by festoons of writhing "snake-vines", weird rootless creepers which crawled like plant-serpents from one tree to another. Each stir of wind brought white spore-dust down in a shower from the trees.
few living creatures of this forbidding landscape were equally alien.
Big white meteor-rats scurried on their eight legs through the brush.
Phosphorescent flame-birds shot through the upper fronds like streaks of
Edmond Hamilton, The World With a Thousand Moons (Amazing Stories, December 1942)
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the natives of our moon's outdoors
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the hit parade of the most popular pages on site
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